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#1 toffee_scouser

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Posted 25 Feb 2007 - 11:58

http://www.fsf.org.u...s/away-tickets/ sign the petition lads, to get a cap of 15 for away tickets.
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#2 Romey 1878

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Posted 25 Feb 2007 - 12:01

Anybody know when the prices for the season tickets for next season are released?
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Posted 25 Feb 2007 - 19:08

Anybody know when the prices for the season tickets for next season are released?


No, but bet they will release them after we have had a decent win, so expect them next week

See some teams are reducing the prices
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Posted 25 Feb 2007 - 22:30

No, but bet they will release them after we have had a decent win, so expect them next week

See some teams are reducing the prices



We'll increase ours no doubt
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 00:18

I reckon that too.. I was reading the NSNO forum... and they said the ticket prices were going up so its possibly true, they seem to have a source inside the club.
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 00:32

It's a bit of a disgrace if they do reall especially when you have no mark clubs reducing their prices to attract more fans to the games.
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 07:59

It's a bit of a disgrace if they do reall especially when you have no mark clubs reducing their prices to attract more fans to the games.



And there is point, were not a mo mark club, they know they will get 35-40 thou if they put the prices up by another 10%, we are supposed to be one of the cheaper clubs in the prem

This will probably by the final nail in the coffin for me, sayiing that, all y mates will give me stick and I'll get one

For some reason also, the park end is more expensive than the upper bullens and the main stand :blink:
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 21:39

we want the club to have more money, unfortunately part of the getting more money process means ripping money out of the fans at every opportunity.

the same as the price of bread goes up, so does everything else and so will ticket prices.

I think only one team have put the price down but i'm not sure who it is.
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 21:52

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#10 Romey 1878

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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 21:53

Bolton have said they're lowering season ticket prices as well havnt they?
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 22:01

Are preseason tickets usually cheaper? I wanted to get to a game in early August and was hoping they wouldn't be as expensive. Your guy's pound kills my wallet :(
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Posted 27 Feb 2007 - 22:28

Around 15 for pre-season Joe
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 02:41

Around 15 for pre-season Joe

Thats not too bad at all. I can definitely afford that.
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 05:39

Thats not too bad at all. I can definitely afford that.


Awwwww, Joe we were all hoping You were really a Texan Oil Baron, sussing out in view to a take over ;)
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 08:06

Awwwww, Joe we were all hoping You were really a Texan Oil Baron, sussing out in view to a take over ;)



Ye, We wish

Dont affiliate the price of bread or a pint with a season ticket, if you did, a loaf would cost a fiver and a pint would cost a tenner

As Joe says "your pound kills me" he right, this must be the most expensive country in the fookin world "RIP OFF BRITAIN" at it again
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 11:21

prices freezing this season, but if you renew before the end of april you get a discount

happy with that myself
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 12:20

Price freeze as a minimum, and 10% discount for early bird tickets is not bad -

So considering inflation - around a 15% decrease on last year - so very much a move in the right direction in my opinion.

No problem getting an early bird ticket either if you can take advantage of the intrest free Everton credit card (till dec 07)
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 13:46

Good news, I'll deffo be renewing mine in the ifrst couple of weeks of April
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 14:02

i think its god that they are offering much cheaper junior season tickets (190- 10 a game)

everton's like ciggies, hook em while they're young
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 15:29

Awwwww, Joe we were all hoping You were really a Texan Oil Baron, sussing out in view to a take over ;)

If only that was true :( . Maybe the Tim Howard deal can attract a very wealthy American to invest in Everton :lol: .
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 15:49

Price freeze as a minimum, and 10% discount for early bird tickets is not bad -

So considering inflation - around a 15% decrease on last year - so very much a move in the right direction in my opinion.

No problem getting an early bird ticket either if you can take advantage of the intrest free Everton credit card (till dec 07)


I'll be paying what I paid last year & the year before, they are just dressing it up as a reduction but it is infact just another chance to buy at last seasons price the same as they did at the start of this season!
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 16:03

i think its god that they are offering much cheaper junior season tickets (190- 10 a game)

everton's like ciggies, hook em while they're young


Why do we need investment when we have god! :P
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 16:09

oops.

i heard god's a pretty niffty winger, got a lovely first touch but everyone starts questioning him when it goes wrong.
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 16:11

I'll be paying what I paid last year & the year before, they are just dressing it up as a reduction but it is infact just another chance to buy at last seasons price the same as they did at the start of this season!


Tis true, a bit of salesmeanship is going on, and if im not mistaken we are actually paying more, its a reduction on the incresed price from this season, which is more than we paid last season

I think

It hard to complain, but I will. Atleast they've done something

BUT why is the park end the most expensive place in the ground, surely not because thats where all the good looking people sit ;)
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 16:19

Tis true, a bit of salesmeanship is going on, and if im not mistaken we are actually paying more, its a reduction on the incresed price from this season, which is more than we paid last season

I think

It hard to complain, but I will. Atleast they've done something

BUT why is the park end the most expensive place in the ground, surely not because thats where all the good looking people sit ;)


Cos they know thats where all the ex hoolies sit Zed and most of them know how to make a few quid by any means ;)
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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 16:24

Cos they know thats where all the ex hoolies sit Zed and most of them know how to make a few quid by any means ;)


Believe me, there not so EX

I hope the new flat screen telly will be working at half time next season, the one they installed at the end where I have a pint hasnt worked, since the opening game :( , maybe not and they'll just say its becasue of the reduced ticket pricing

Whats the odds there is a 10% increase in bar food and drink

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Posted 28 Feb 2007 - 17:00

Believe me, there not so EX

I hope the new flat screen telly will be working at half time next season, the one they installed at the end where I have a pint hasnt worked, since the opening game :( , maybe not and they'll just say its becasue of the reduced ticket pricing

Whats the odds there is a 10% increase in bar food and drink

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Zed,is your cup half full?Or half empty. :P
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